#230: Real Estate Investing as a Side Hustle with Grammy-Winning Producer Seth Mosley
Published June 8, 2017
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    Real estate doesn’t need to be a full-time business, but it can be a fantastic side hustle! That’s the topic on today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, where we sit down with Seth Mosley, a musical artist and producer (with several Grammy awards to his name!) who invests in rental properties on the side. Seth has a ton of great tips to share today for anyone looking to buy more real estate but not able to spend 40 hours a week doing it. And be sure to listen for his fascinating strategy on how he used a virtual assistant to help find and analyze deals! This show is packed full with tips, stories, and humor, so don’t miss a moment of it! In This Episode We Cover:How Seth started as a music producer, with investing as a side hustleThe tax advantages, appreciation, and other reasons why he chose real estateHow to know which path to take in real estate investingHow you can use 1030 exchanges to buy up to 6 unitsHis portfolio of 20 doors and where he investsHow he uses virtual assistants to help him find dealsWhy you should consider starting an investment clubWhat you should know about S.I.D.E. H.U.S.T.L.E.The importance of focusing on relationshipsTips for becoming a part-time investorWhat’s next for SethAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets EventsE and S Tile InstagramJosh’s Instagram ProfileBrandon’s Instagram ProfileNewsboys (Band)DC Talk (Band)UpworkBiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal ElrodBiggerPockets AuthorDave RamseyBooks Mentioned in this ShowRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiThe Checklist Manifesto by Atul GawandeThe Miracle Morning by Hal ElrodThe ONE Thing by Jay Papasan and Gary KellerTweetable Topics:“Don’t be too attached just because you lived in it. View it as an investment.” (Tweet This!)“If there’s no door, then just build one.” (Tweet This!)“Just get started and get fancy later.” (Tweet This!)“Don’t look for the cheapest property manager. Look for the best one. Hire slow and fire fast.” (Tweet This!)Connect with SethSeth’s BiggerPockets ProfileFull Circle MusicSeth’s Investor Group Facebook Page
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